WNYC at New York Public Radio

Segments I’ve produced for The Takeaway:


Columbia Journalism School

  • The Way Out, May, 2019

    I produced this 12-minute story following the addiction recovery journey of a woman, Camilla Broderick. I found her during my reporting on the opioid crisis.

  • Thirty Lives And Counting, March, 2019

    As part of my reporting on the opioid crisis in New York, I spoke to two women who have together saved thirty lives using Narcan – a nasal spray that reverses opioid overdoses. This feature piece unravels one specific incident where both women had to work together to save a man in Brooklyn.

  • Still No Arrests For A Hate Crime In Flatbush, Brooklyn, December, 2018

    A black woman was on her way home from the subway when she was attacked by a white man in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Authorities have still made no arrests. I reported, recorded, wrote, and mixed an enterprise story on how the Flatbush community banded together to find answers. This piece was then featured in a final broadcast for the Uptown Radio.

  • Drug Treatment in NY State Jails And Prisons, November, 2018

    The Department of Corrections found that 80% of New York’s incarcerated individuals are in need of substance abuse treatment. Advocates are now demanding access to withdrawal medication inside jails and prisons, and I reported, recorded, wrote, and mixed a three-minute enterprise story on the political push for this treatment.

  • When Women Speak, September, 2018

    In light of the Brett Kavanaugh/Christine Blasey-Ford hearings, we asked women on the streets of Brooklyn — do men listen?